Animal Behaviour and Welfare Seminar
" Introduction to Wildlife Rehabilitation: Welfare and Ethical Considerations"
Dr. Sherri Cox
Animal Care Services
University of Guelph
Thursday, March 30th, 12:30-1:30pm,
Room 1800, Pathobiology/AHL, OVC
Dr. Sherri Cox is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College. As a wildlife veterinarian she has a special interest in clinical disease research, orthopedic surgery and has extensive experience working with sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife – from birds to reptiles to mammals. Dr. Cox is an Officer on the Board of the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association.
She has trained many student veterinarians and wildlife biologists in wildlife medicine and rehabilitation and given many talks throughout the world on this topic. Dr. Cox is the founder of the National Wildlife Centre and is committed to helping educate others on wildlife rehabilitation and medicine.
Dr. Cox is currently an Adjunct Professor in the College of Biological Sciences and the Executive Director of Research Innovation at the University of Guelph where also teaches a wildlife rehabilitation course.
Coffee and treats will be served during this seminar - come early, and enjoy!
Program Organizer: Dr. Alexandra Harlander firstname.lastname@example.org
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